| Source: East Tennessean
Hungry ETSU students have to pay a bit extra for on-campus dining this semester.
| Source: LA School Report
A controversy is brewing at Harvard Elementary School where LA Unified cafeteria workers say they feel discriminated against after being instructed to speak only English during working hours.
| Source: Lycoming College
Lycoming College has joined the Cultivation to Cup (C2C) network and partnered with Golden Valley Farm Coffee Roasters (GVF) and Parkhurst Dining Services, to offer Warrior One, its very own brand of...
| Source: The Atlantic
On a typical Thursday, Cole Coffey, a sixth-grader at Schoo Middle School in Lincoln, Nebraska, would face a school lunch menu that reads a little like a Weight-Watchers recipe guide:
| Source: DavidsonNews.net
The Davidson College Student Government Association is calling on the college to reduce the cost of its meal plan, which all students will be required to purchase next year.
| Source: Chicago Tribune
On Friday, 7-year-old Jamarcus Spencer devoured an organic hot dog that is on the menu because the school is working to provide more healthy meals to its students.
| Source: Business Insider
When it comes to high-quality food, Apple employees have got it made.
| Source: Gazette.net
Montgomery County students will be seeing fewer dyes, artificial sweeteners and other chemical additives in their food after a recent decision by school officials to add to a list of banned...
| Source: The Dartmouth
Last week, late-night visitors to the Collis Café found the rear entrance to the venue roped off, its glass doors shut — new measures to prevent food theft.
| Source: Fortune
It’s been nearly four years since First Lady Michelle Obama sent shockwaves through the education world with the announcement of new school lunch regulations.
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